Ely House

Mayfair W1S
Commercial

Key Details

Address
37 Dover Street, London W1S 4NJ
Completion
1772
Venues
1

Overview

Ely House is an 18th Century townhouse of grand scale with impressive rooms in Mayfair, London W1.

VISITING
The nearest tube station is Green Park (Jubilee, Piccadilly and Victoria lines).

HISTORY
It was built between 1772 and 1776 for the Bishop of Ely by the renowned architect Robert Taylor (1714-1788) and was described as “one of the best houses in London” by Country Life in 2002.[1]

KEY FACTS
• Striking entrance and reception gallery via 37 Dover Street
• Additional entrance/address via 13 Berkeley Street
• Period features
• Two passenger lifts [2]

BUSINESSES IN THE BUILDING
- Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac London occupies 16,000 square feet over five floors. Annabelle Selldorf refurbished the listed Ely House for the opening in Spring 2017.
- Mallett antiques (lease from 23.02.2012 for 15 years) mallettantiques.co.uk. Sold the lease in 2016 through Levy for around £2.5m.[3]

References:
1. Mallett Antiques www.mallettantiques.co.uk
2. Ely House www.elyhouse.co.uk
3. 'Mallett's Ely House set to become contemporary art gallery', Antiques Trade Gazette antiquestradegazette.com 11.05.2016

Site & Location

Transport

TUBE
Green Park Underground StationJubilee, Piccadilly, Victoria
BUS
Berkeley Street22, N22

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Disclaimer

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